When Dan Uccello begins crafting a pizza, he may appear to be a chef following a simple recipe, but in his mind, the process goes well beyond the realm of the kitchen. In cooking up his latest creation Wednesday at Flo’s Pizzeria Ristorante on Plainfield Avenue north of Grand Rapids, Dan used a sense of care and detail one might expect from an artist painting on a canvas.
Although summer has yet to officially start, this week has seen high temperatures and sunny days. Staff and students at the Seiter Education Center in Greenville took advantage of the perfect conditions to host a yard sale Thursday and Friday. Their goal: To raise money to buy things for the school store.
After recent approval of the Marvel Drive relocation, Spectrum Health United Hospital has come forward with tentative plans for the soon-to-be former roadway.
During the June 8 Greenville Planning Commission meeting, United and Kelsey Hospital Controller Ryan Johnson brought forward a site plan showcasing what the hospital intends to pursue.
Be it an extensive streetscape, improvements to public parking or decorative flowers lining Lafayette Street, the Greenville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) operates with a purpose to improve the downtown district. With that thought process leading the way, the DDA has begun discussions centered around the future of funding for the organization.
A controversial law is making its way to local public schools.
Public Act 306, also known as the third-grade reading law, was passed in October 2016 after lengthy revisions.
Carol Hansen’s great-grandfather, Hans Hansen, came from Denmark to Montcalm County in 1881, when he was 23 years old. It was here he met the woman who would be his wife, Cena, also an immigrant from Denmark. They hadn’t met prior to both of them relocating to Michigan.
Saturday was a beautiful day for a walk and more than 20 people and their dogs did just that to help raise funds for a Montcalm County cat rescue.
The Cannonsville Critters Walk for Kitties began at Greenville High School, went up Hillcrest Street, looped around and ended up back in the parking lot of the high school — a total distance of about a mile and a half.
John Rutherford and his dog, Sasha, walked into the ruins of a burned building, Sasha’s nose to the ground.
Rutherford led the dog around the room, quietly giving her the command “seek” as she climbed over debris while sniffing wildly.
As contractors have begun work on five facade projects on downtown Lafayette Street, extra measures are being taken to protect workers and pedestrians. The Greenville City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to approve a request for license to allow Nugent Builders Inc. to occupy certain portions of city rights-of-way, as the company has been awarded all of the construction contracts for the facade projects this summer.
Adam Hopkins and Bruce Aittama are dedicated to helping students at Greenville High School (GHS) learn high-demand skills. Hopkins and Aittama are in the technology department at the school. Hopkins teaches machining, wrought metal and welding and Aittama teaches wood shop and carpentry skills.